Don't you love it when you every time you look at a piece of art you can see something different?
That's exactly what this series is about, rich detail and depth with a contemporary palette of color and full of motion and energy!
The painting are named after the wave-like, concentric circle pattern created by moving the paint on the surface with an air compressor hose and blow gun. Actually, I use several different blow guns just like they're different brushes. This is not "air brushing" or "spraying" though. The paint is still applied to the surface beforehand, most often with pouring, and then I'm moving the paint. I can also let layers partially dry and then with more effort air scrub through the surface layers to revel the underlying ones.
The first six of the series are on cradled wooden panels measuring 20″ high by 24″ wide. Each sits 1.5″ off the wall with painted edges where the paint flows off the surface and onto the sides.